Best Football Teams Ever

Best Football Teams Ever

Let’s start with the reality that comparing Pele to Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi to Maradona, or Bonek to Lewandowski can never be 100 percent justifiable – these players, like the teams we’ve put together here, played at very different times in their careers. However, they competed for identical prizes and evoked similar feelings in millions of fans throughout the world during their respective eras. We chose a handful that stands out in our minds.

Many of them have undoubtedly been overlooked, and we would all likely order them differently. The allure of this kind of claim, on the other hand, is that you may allow your imagination to run wild while sinking into a sea of facts and drawing completely different conclusions from your voyage.

1. Brazil, 1958, And 1970

Although the team is the most time-stretched, it is two separate teams. They are, however, connected by the player many regards to be the greatest in history, and who was undoubtedly a member of the greatest team of all time: the Brazil national team from 1958 to 1970.

The team from 1958, which includes Garrincha, Vava, Zagalo, Zito, and Didi, stunned the world at the World Championships in Sweden, with amazing flair and a new notion for the game, reminiscent of the 1-4-3-3 format, but portrayed as “Brazilian” (1-4-2-4).

Both the semi-final and final against the French were won 5-2, allowing them to claim the title of world champion for the first time in Brazilian football history. Four years later, they replicated their triumph, but not in quite the same way: without Pele, at one of Chile’s poorest tournaments in history.

2. Real Madrid, From 1956 To 1960

Alfredo di Stefano may admire the accomplishments of the younger Cristiano Ronaldo, who has won the title of the greatest team in Europe three times, while also knowing that he and his teammates would have to win two more to match them.

Alfredo di Stefano may admire the accomplishments of the younger Cristiano Ronaldo, who has won the title of the greatest team in Europe three times, while also knowing that he and his teammates would have to win two more to match them.

The best club team the world has ever seen was built by that pack. The finest success to date and the longest reign streak of the football squad is five Champions Cups in a row.

3. Spain From 2008 To 2012

The Spanish national team went one step farther, 34 years after Germany’s dominance. They began under Luis Aragones at the European Championship 2008, which was held in Austria and Switzerland, and then extended their winning streak despite a change of manager, Vicente del Bosque.

The greatness of Spanish football was confirmed in South Africa during the World Cup when they sent rivals home with a run of 1-0 victories. In the final, it was similar to the Netherlands. In extra time, Andres Iniesta won the championship gold medal.

4. Ajax Amsterdam 

Since the early 1970s, Ajax has been identified with total football. Rinus Michels’ team, which consisted of ten Dutch and one German, was the best in Europe.

Of course, all eyes were on Johan Cruyff, the number 14 runner. “Divine Johan” is an unattached electron that was always present when it was needed. And it was never a location anticipated by rivals, who, even if they were able to cover it, were still able to escape due to exceptional technique and a series of creative feints.

5. Ac Milan (Italy) (1989-90)

Arrigo Sacchi used to claim that you don’t have to be a horse first to be a successful jockey. One of the greatest coaches in history was never a great football player, but it was under his guidance that AC Milan won the Italian championship and then went on to dominate Europe under Silvio Berlusconi’s ownership.

The Dutch won European champions with the three Van Basten-Gullit-Rijkaard trio, but the first two had already played in Milan and the third had been purchased. It was a perfect hit. The tactical brilliance displayed by the Rossoneri at the time is still recognized today.

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